The old adage of a problem shared is a problem solved still rings true, according to a survey of 314 women carried out by Rescue Remedy. The survey revealed that 68 per cent of people think that sharing a problem with friends is an important step in beginning to find a solution and 79 per cent say they feel happier after catching up with a friend. The survey also showed that on average, Brits turn to their friends with concerns once a week for around 20 minutes each time and three-quarters of people prefer to do so face-to-face. But having friends can also cause stress for some people with one in 10 claiming they have tried to drop friends because they had too many to keep up with.

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